August 31, 2015: More transcribed church records are published today. They are mainly transcribed by Renathe-Johanne Wågenes and Erling Kristensen. We have also added more transcribed 1891 Census records, this time for Rygge in Østfold parish, transcribed by Moss historielag and Østfold historielag. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details.
August 26, 2015: Our Digital Inn-guest Jostein Mediaa continues transcribing 1891 Censuses. Today he has sent us the 1891 Census for Lierne in Nord-Trøndelag county.
August 22, 2015: We have published more transcribed records from church books as well as census lists from 1891, 1875 and 1825. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details. In addition you will find that the scanned version of the 1891 Census is nearly complete, only Bergen and Kristiania (Oslo) are still not online. They will be added shortly.
August 19, 2015: More transcribed church records are available today, many are lists of dissenters, but there are also records from the period 1801-1814. The Digital Inn-guest Jostein Mediaa has started transcribing the 1891 Census, so today we have published the census lists for Overhalla in Nord-Trøndelag county. Check out the Most Recent 100 for details.
August 17, 2015: Today we have published transcribed church records, and among these marriage lists for dissenters and civil weddings. Since we do not have a separate view or search form for these lists, they are displayed together with the general marriage lists from the church records. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details and links.
Norges Bank (The Central Bank of Norway) is preparing for its 200 years anniversary with the digital version of the Silver Tax of 1816. The scanned images of the tax lists were published in 2012, and now these lists are transcribed and available for search in the Digital Archives. Read more...